Rome Bodega Snowboard Boot - Men's

Rome Bodega Snowboard Boot - Men's
Rome Bodega Snowboard Boot - Men's
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Bodega Snowboard Boot - Men's by Rome
The Rome Bodega Snowboard Boot is built for riders who want a feel that's as easy-going as the attitude inside your neighborhood corner store. It offers a smooth flex for getting loose on rails, tweaking grabs, and surfing through powder. The heat-moldable liner ensures a comfy custom fit, and the SkateCuff 3D cuff keeps your heel locked down for improved response and less fatigue from heel lift. A Rad F. I. T. FoamBed offers support when you're stomping cliff drops, and the Aegis Microbe Shield keeps funk at bay after all-day laps through the park. New this season, the GripRight sole offers lightweight and improved cushioning, and is supplemented with a thin rubber layer to boost durability and traction.

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SKU: ROM00FA
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